Chelsea round-up: Zlatan Ibrahimovic considering Jose Mourinho proposal

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Ibrahimovic considering proposal

The Premier League is one division Zlatan Ibrahimovic hasn’t conquered in his career, but it could be where he bows out of the European game.

Reports from ESPN are claiming that the Swedish phenomenon is assessing an offer from Chelsea to move to Stamford Bridge when this season is over.

He’ll be out of contract with PSG at that time, and it’s said their interest in Cristiano Ronaldo means Zlatan is likely to move on.

What’s more, Jose Mourinho has apparently made a proposal to the striker, offering him the chance to play in England before he moves to the MLS in the future.

Lampard set for Sky Sports role?

Meanwhile, Blues legend Frank Lampard is being eyed by Sky Sports as the next big punditry signing.

Gary Neville’s now obviously taken over at Valencia, leaving quite the void. It appears that Lampard could be the man to fill it.

The Christmas party blessings

Lastly, Diego Costa and his teammates received the blessing of Mourinho to go on their Christmas night out on Wednesday of this week, according to reports.

Costa was snapped leaving a nightclub alongside Ramires and Kenedy in the early hours of Wednesday morning, but it’s said that the trio reported on time for training on Thursday ahead of Chelsea’s clash with Bournemouth this weekend.

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